All Dualit Discounts, Offers and Sale - December 2018
So wish I'd seen this, gutted.
Will JL price match?
rubbish deal unless you order £30 worth of goods.
Best before date November 2018
Deal of the day for me. Jug alone can cost £9. nearly 5 months worth of coffee and free jug for less than £35.
Great find! Thanks
I hope it's decent, because I bought one too. :)
I’ve un-expired it - first deal I’ve posted so getting the hang of it. I don’t own this but I had an old camel alert set up and looked like a great deal. I’ve had delonghi machines in the past and they always ended up leaking. Think this is a goodmachine in this price range.
This hasn't expired if you go to other sellers the Amazon option is still there.
I own one, it's ok at best. Better to put that money towards one of those delonghi bean to cup machines. Hard to get a decent crema even with freshly ground beans. Luckily I got mine second hand but hardly used for £25.
They are really good for toasting buns and scones cut in half. Also I love malt loaf and toasted, it's to die for. Without one of these cages I wouldn't be able to get it out the toaster. I used to have a dualitt one and kept the cage. Love mine. Just checked, i have the straight handle as in the pic above and over 10yrs old lol
I bought three in the end. Not sure I’m overly excited by them now I’ve got them. Bit like toast with room temperature filling
What a con. What other toaster has this pointless accessory.
Thanks! Have had 2 for my Classic Dualit (which I've had for 18 years!) and always wanted a couple more.. Ordered 2 for £15 Prime.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Dualit-47450-4-Slot-Classic-Toaster/dp/B00TGF2RAG/ is one example.
Quality is ok obviously doesn't compare to higher end stuff. Our toaster is the four slice and plastics cracking after 6 years. One knob broke off a few years ago and got a spare from them for a couple of quid.
1 litre? Kinda small. But heat added.
I found the kettle to be cheap looking quality wise and bought a Kitchenaid instead which is infinitely better and cost a similar price. Great price!!
I'vehhad one or two of these get jammed in my machine, but came out after a poke, used many
Be very wary of dualit pods, I've tried them with 2 innisia machines less than a year old and the pods leak very badly. I've tried Sainsbury's, Aldi and Starbucks own and find them all to be far better
I don't offer it unless asked too!
not national the clearance price in Prestwick was £2.01
good deal, here's a wee tip for anyone that buys coffee from MacDonalds, if you use a drive through and have the loyalty card, they never seem to take it off you, which means you can use it, time and time again, while you're saving up your beans. Happy Days.
Good find OP..
My Dualit toaster has lasted 6 or 7 years already as opposed to cheap ones which go every 18 months if you are lucky ,but this was an old type one - they have brought out a new range which I suspect may not be so good
They somehow built themselves a name as a slightly premier brand, even though from what I've seen most of their stuff is average or crap...
Great find OP 🔥
I think when I read about Dualit they are meant to be really high quality, good design and (supposedly) easy to replace parts...
This is for the "architect" kettle, I've got one but I'm not sure why I would want new panels
Ok so I’m guessing it only applies to certain types of dualit models as my kettle is more this design and I can’t see how that would work with this
They're 'used'...rather pay the bit more and get brand spanking new (...let's face it, if you can afford one of these kettles you ain't short of cash!)
You need because it's on offer, suppose it'd make a good doorstop
And these are? And why do I need them.
My kettle & toaster are switched on from my bed just as I get up. So toast & boiling water when I reach the kitchen (care of £20 remote plug) The price is a racket as cheaper ones do the job as well & from experience it's always been more expensive ones that leaked or rusted. Currently have matching Bosch ones, & the LED failed on the kettle within a year, & the toaster has a lip that catches toast as it pops up & often detaches the corner. They were bought to replace a supermarket one bought in the middle of the night on the evening we moved in & is still going strong for remotely boiling corn on the cob for breakfast. Add to this it would worry me far less bouncing the supermarket one off the floor.
People obviously prefer to get obese stuffing their faces with chocolate during and after Xmas, then buy a load more in January thinking that they're getting a good deal. (embarrassed)
Really?! I could have sworn you were a shopkeeper.
Spicky Nik Naks.
I just bought a set from costco. It too slows to boil water and very noisy compare to my breville set. I think I am going to return this. Can I return this set if I already opened and used once?
Or you could be making wrong assumptions based on limited information. His / her workplace may only have a few people and the toaster may only be used a couple of time a week. I'm guessing you also assume I'm a male from Suffolk. :)
Your not using yours in a commercial environment like they are, and judging by his username he works somewhere a toaster would get lots of use from shift workers.
I've bought and been pleased with both. When doing up our kitchen we treated ourselves to a proper Dualit toaster and I have to say that there aren't many products that I've bought that exude quality through and through like it does. Usually with so-called top-end items there's something where that you think "why on earth did they make that bit so flimsy" or "they've tried to save cost there". There's none of that with the proper Dualit toaster. It's very likely that cost of ownership compared with cheap ones is higher, but it just feels nice to use and creates perfectly even toast every time. I've also had cheap toasters for various reasons (camping, when renting for working away from home etc.) and been pleased with those too. I may need to turn the bread over to make sure I have full coverage and that feel flimsy and cheap, but for the money they are great. To use a motoring analogy, the Lite version listed here is like buying a VW golf in order to say / believe they have a car made by Bentley.
That's not a problem, just turn the bread around when the first side is done ;)
Had one from brother as wedding present. Ex wife kept it in divorce. Toasted bread brilliantly.
Im looking forward to the day i earn enough money to buy a toaster for £140
Got one of these 18 years ago for our 1st wedding anniversary & its still going strong. Weird thing is although I've had it 18 years it somehow feels much, much, much longer.
There was a programme on a while ago rating toaster's, this Dualit won on build quality, but was the worst for actually toasting bread, it didn't toast the bread evenly, so a great toaster to have in your kitchen to show off and that will last for many years, but if you want your toast to brown evenly all over, the £45 version from swann is the one to get.
My family were going through about one toaster a year. I bought one of these 15 years ago, and it's still going strong. I paid more than £138 for mine, so this seems like a really good buy.
Only 2300W nominal? This surely a budget appliance sold as though it's premium. Not economical to buy a kettle that's below 3kW nominal. It'll never be much use.
It's only the polished steel/black that's reduced, the other two variants are full price.
How do you get £53.99? Showing £90 for me.
Dare I say it... "hot"??
Yes, this isn't the toaster that Dualit are famous for, I'm sure it'll work though.
Still makes the same cuppa
Cold from me.
Cheapest price for red Kettle on Amazon has been £63.99 and Toaster £65 so good price all in, even if you havn't a time machine..
Never said that and you know that, so it's not worth the hassle you trying to be funny as it's not remotely funny. Internet shopping forum wars is not for me so carry on if you wish.
Can't see it on the website?
Bought a pack of these (Intense strength 10) from Sainsbury's recently. Only used two pods. They are quite honestly the worst Nespresso compatibles I've ever tasted - far worse even than instant coffee. Wouldn't drink them again even if I was given a lifetimes supply free.
Just bought some of these (they aren't on offer yet so I paid £15 for 80 pods). They are really nice and I'm happy with them at 19p a pod so at 14p they are a bargain.
Home Bargain ones work out at 10p per pod, they taste reasonably well and you don't need to be a member to buy them.
You're very welcome. It's amazing what shiny tat some people think is good value.
Thanks for your insight.
Note, these are not the English made "Classic" Dualit toasters, but re-badged Chinese toasters that just trade on the name. £33 is probably around about right, if a little high. The normal retail price seems ridiculous.
Worst toaster I've ever had.
Not sure why I just ordered one as I have two toasters already - but thanks anyway!
You seem to be suggesting that the Dualit toasters that you had were complicated. But the British made "Classics" are remarkably simple. What do they have electrically in them? Three elements, a switch, a timer, all simply bolted to the chassis, and some cabling with spade bit connectors. How would completely refurbishing one be any sort of challenge to anyone with a modicum of electrical competence? Maybe you were sold the cheaper Chinese models and got suckered on the price?
At over a 100 even in the sale it was definitely not one of the cheap ones, funnily enough though in 30 years most companies standards change quite a bit, and frankly when it comes to something as simple as a toaster reliability is something that works better with simple and frankly a lot of the cheaper ones even come with 5 year warranties, which is reflective of the fact they are themselves pretty bomb proof. The cheap backups we have for when the expensive(but matching the decor) dualit's break work every time they come out the box and have been to the back of beyond and stood up to abuse from being borrowed to go in student digs, camping trips and house moves with no issues, the dualits of the last ten years frankly while some may be ok in general I can't say the quality has been anywhere close to acceptable for the money they charge. If I was buying professional equipment that can't stand up to a few years of domestic use(as the might pile of dualit junk our family has attests to) I would be pretty unhappy. They aren't even easy to repair, I'm a fair hand at electronics and can repair something as simple as a toaster in my sleep, so far I've never managed to fix any of our duallit toasters or kettles as when they go they seem to self destruct in spectacular fashion.
Dualit toasters (if you buy the right ones, and not the cheaper ones they do) ARE professional equipment. They're as used in professional kitchens (which is where I first saw them) and they'll stand up to any amount of wear and tear. Everything's easily replaceable, unlike any other toasters, and we're still using one that's more than 30 years old. They're bullet-proof - if you buy the right ones.
Actually we've never had a dualit that's last more than maybe 5 years, you are paying for the name and the looks. The current one burnt itself out and tripped the whole house's power and it wasn't even 3 years old. And the cheapo ones will blow their fuses, Dualits actually seem to blow the whole elements, not to mention a lot of the cheap ones have wider and longer toasting slots and they have handy cleaning drawers at the bottom etc. The expensive toasters really aren't worth the money unless it's from the kind of brands that do professional quality equipment.
And even if it does develop a fault at least you can actually order parts. Every other toaster brand is classed as disposable outside of warranty.
Thanks for all your comments. Interestingly this is now back to over £300. Quite happy with my bargain and finishes off my kitchen.
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You're never going to get heat from the HUKD's fraternity on something as high end as this. No matter how good the product or how good the deal. For what it's worth, at -145 degrees I'll give you some heat as I have numerous Dualit items and more than happy with all of them.
Not really similar in any way. Other than they are also a kettle and a toaster.
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